Kirby Smart Addresses Paul Finebaum's Comments About Rift Between Him & Nick Saban
Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports
ESPN's Paul Finebaum recently made comments about a rift between Georgia's Kirby Smart and Alabama's Nick Saban. Smart addressed those comments this week, per Saturday Down South...
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“I know that media sells and that everybody is an entertainer these days and everybody has to come up with their theories but I also know the personal relationship and I have with somebody that I worked for 12 years and have an immense amount of respect for and I worry about what I know to be true,” Smart said in response to Finebaum’s comments.
(The Spun)
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Originally published on SECRant.com

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REC setting the hooks
Reply7 months
I really don't give a good or bad crap
Reply7 months
Longest run-on sentence I’ve seen since 2014.
Reply7 months
Cant get no reel news no more not even from Finebomb. Role Tide an MAGA
Reply7 months
I believe Kirby.
Reply7 months
Was there a specific denial buried in his ramblings?
Reply7 months
He's obligated to speak with the media, and there is a difference between uncertainty and denial. Otherwise, your comment was great!
7 months
Rabble Rabble Rabble
Reply7 months
Holy run-on....
Reply7 months
It seems like about 90% of football coaches, unless speaking specifically about football, can barely form a coherent sentence or thought.
Reply7 months
Did your mother have any kids who lived? Kirby was speaking, dumbarse. He probably paused after his sentences, moron. It's up to the writer to add punctuation, imbecile.
7 months
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"I worry about what I know to be true." So, anybody know what this is supposed to mean?
Reply7 months
Likely not alluding to anything in particular, just that he won’t worry about the media narratives and instead focus on what he knows as fact.
7 months
It means he doesn't worry about fake news.
7 months
Did a third grader write that?
Reply7 months
Thanks for confirming the poor relationship Kirby. On the flip side, Kirby is doing just fine on his own
Reply7 months
larry, this is unintelligible. do better.
Reply7 months
He sayin that cuz he SCARED of N. Satan!!!
Reply7 months
I didn't hear a denial
Reply7 months
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